Influential writers such as Thomas Paine critique the aspects of monarchy and the development of King. He used the phrases from the Bible to explain about the issues in Monarchy. Paine ascribed that monarchy is the original political sin. He references the Israel reference in I Samuel 8 and 9. In this passage, God warns the people that they should not want a king who has absolute power. God alone can be the king of men. The Israelites persist that it had no other option other than choosing Saul as their king. This was to protect them. This is used as an episode to explain about the displeasure of God with the monarchical government. It was opined that returning the law to the people and creation of Independent America where the legal mandates hold supreme would make the people return to the roots of liberty and equality. The millennial notions of language were used to explore about the consequences of independence. European world was based on sin and corruption according to Paine. However, it was stated that America had a chance to rise above these polices. This was used to explain using the book of Genesis where the Lord flooded the earth and wanted the people to be given another chance. It was assumed that American society can be that idyllic society that God had intended. The critiques of monarchy have been done for centuries and with a valid claim. There can only be one king which is the Lord and it cannot be any human. Based on this rational, the critique of monarchy seems rational and logical.